The

**diagSelection** type is used to define all the advanced characteristics of a point in a diagram. The characteristics of this point can be defined and changed using different WLanguage properties.

**Remark**: For more details on the declaration of this type of variable and the use of WLanguage properties, see

Declaring a variable.

MyShape is diagPolygon

// Set dimensions, position ...

MyShape.Point[1].X = 0

MyShape.Point[1].Y = 0

MyShape.Point[2].X = 25

MyShape.Point[2].Y = 25

MyShape.Point[3].X = 50

MyShape.Point[3].Y = 75

MyShape.Point[4].X = 100

MyShape.Point[4].Y = 20

MyShape.X = 50

MyShape.Y = 100

MyShape.Width = 350

MyShape.Height = 150

MyShape.Open = True

// Reference the displayed diagram

MyDiagram is Diagram <- DIAGEDT_MyDiagram

// Add the rectangle shape to the diagram

Add(MyDiagram.Shape, MyShape)

Properties

WLanguage properties that can be used with the diagPoint type

The following properties can be used to handle a **diagPoint** variable:

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Property name | Effect |
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X | X-coordinate of the point, expressed in pixels. |

XPercent | X-coordinate of the point, expressed as a percentage. |

Y | Y-coordinate of the point, expressed in pixels. |

YPercent | Y-coordinate of the point, expressed as a percentage. |

Remark: The initial value of a point is set to (0,0).